we were given the DE y'=2sqrt(y) that was how it was given, I didn't take the square root myself and thus forget a +and-(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

so using a bernoulli equation I got (x+c)^2(I think, I'm doing this from memory)

then the next part asked to find two solution curves for the point (1,1), so x^2 and (x-2)^2, right?

THEN it asked for the solution guaranteed by the existance and uniqueness theorem at (1,1), but didn't I just find TWO solution curves for that same point, which means there ISN'T an unique solution? And to further confuzzle matters if I actually apply the theorem it seems like it SHOULD have an unique solution at (1,1)

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# Homework Help: What the test question that just bugged the crap outta me

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